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Author: Parr, Richard, 1617-1691.
Title: Christian reformation:: being an earnest perswasion to the speedy practise of it. Proposed to all, but especially designed for the serious consideration of my dear kindred and country-men of the county of Cork in Ireland, and the people of Reigat and Camerwell in the county of Surry. / By Richard Parr A.M. pastor of Camerwell in Surry.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Christian reformation:: being an earnest perswasion to the speedy practise of it. Proposed to all, but especially designed for the serious consideration of my dear kindred and country-men of the county of Cork in Ireland, and the people of Reigat and Camerwell in the county of Surry. / By Richard Parr A.M. pastor of Camerwell in Surry.
Parr, Richard, 1617-1691.

London: Printed by J.G. for Nathaniel Brook at the Angel in Cornhil, 1660.
Subject terms:
Reformation -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A91476.0001.001

Contents
title page
To my Honoured Friend and Patron, Sir EDMOND BOWYAR of Camerwell Knight: And the Lady HESTER BOWYAR, his vertuous Consort.
The Contents of the Chapters in this Treatise.
AN EARNEST SWASION TO A Speedy and Practicall Reformation, Carefully to be heeded, and effe∣ctually performed by every particular person, as indispensably necessa∣ry to his Salvation.
CHAP. I.
CHAP. II.
CHAP. III.
CHAP. IV.
CHAP. V.
§. I. Wilfull Ignorance.
§. II. Infidelity.
§. III. Unrighteousness.
§. IV. Idolatry.
§. V. Adultery, Fornication, Effemi∣nateness, Buggery, Beastiality.
§. VI. Drunkenness.
§. VII. Gluttony.
§. VIII. Covetousness.
§. IX. Murder.
§ X. False and vain swearing.
§. XI. Lying.
§. XII. Theft.
§. XIII. Disobedience and Rebellion.
§. XIV. Pride and Vain-glory.
§ XV. Schism and Heresie.
§. XVI. Witchcraft.
§. XVII. Hypocrisie.
§ XVIII. Apostasie.
§. XIX. Making light of Gospel-mer∣cies, and neglecting them; a great sin, never to be pardoned without Repentance and Reformation.
§. XX. Unfruitfulness under graci∣ous meanes.
CHAP. VI.
§ I. Evil motions of lust the taint and corruption in nature.
§ II. Vain thought.
§. III. Idle words
§. IV. Idle life.
§. V. Omissions.
§. VI. Dreames.
§. VII. Worldly Joy and Sorrow.
§. VIII. Unthankfulness, murmuring, inconsiderateness, worldly confidence, vain opinions, and recreations.
CHAP. VII.
CHAP. VIII.
CHAP. IX.
CHAP. X.
CHAP. XI.
§. I. Temptations answered.
§ II. Temptation answered.
§ III. Temptation answered.
§. IV. Temptation answered.
CHAP. XII.
CHAP. XIII.
I. Direction.
II. Direction.
III. Direction.
IV. Direction.
V. Direction.
VI. Direction.
VII. Direction.
VIII. Direction.
IX. Direction.
X. Direction.
CHAP. XIV.
I. Motive.
II. Motive.
III. Motive.
IV. Motive.
V. Motive.
VI. Motive.